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LONDON: Britain said on Friday it would make it easier for migrants to move to the United Kingdom to work in the National Health Service (NHS), helping to offset a possible fall in numbers caused by the exit from the European Union.
TOKYO: Toyota Motor Corp’s quarterly profit topped analysts’ estimates thanks to healthy sales of RAV4s in the US and Corollas at home, keeping the Japanese automaker’s business on track amid sputtering global demand for cars.
PETALING JAYA: The influx of foreign workers into Malaysia began in the 1980s as the country embarked on rapid industrialisation. Fast forward three decades later and Malaysia now has nearly 2.2 million foreigners in its workforce, as compared to slightly over 800,000 foreign workers at the beginning of the 21st Century.
HONG KONG: AAX, a Hong Kong-based startup, says its exchange is about to make bitcoin trading at least 10 times faster than transactions taking place on some of the largest digital-asset exchanges.
KUALA LUMPUR: Maxis Bhd aims to help accelerate cloud adoption for businesses in Malaysia by partnering with Amazon Web Services (AWS), the world’s most comprehensive and broadly adopted cloud platform.
TOKYO: Masayoshi Son is finally disclosing the damage from SoftBank Group Corp.’s bets on WeWork and Uber Technologies Inc.
HONG KONG: Hong Kong’s banking system is in strong shape and dollar peg does not need to change, the Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA) said, dismissing rumours that months of often violent protests have undermined the city’s financial stability.
NEW YORK: After a year of tough headlines, the world’s biggest technology companies showed this week that they’re powering through, continuing to rake in cash and invest in future growth as demand for their goods and services shows little sign of slacking.
IT WAS a breeze arriving at the artsy and trendy Kanvas Soho @ Cyberjaya where its developer Suntrack Raven Sdn Bhd’s office has relocated to, in order to be nearer to the young working community it has created here. The drive using the LDP toll road from Kelana Jaya took us a mere 20 minutes in the afternoon on a working day.
What started off as a private family getaway for Franky Group managing director Datuk Franky Chua Goon Engwith one bungalow built in Gambang, Pahang on a 400-acre former tin and sand mining piece site, part of this land has since been transformed into an eco-friendly resort over the last 16 years.